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It's Not You, It's Biology.
The Science of Love, Sex, and Relationships
By (author) Joe Quirk

Summary

At last, here's what you should've learned in high school biology! This paperback edition is an Everyman's humorous look at the real differences—biological, historical, psychological—between men and women…with fun and provocative insight into what really drives behavior and interactions between men and women.

Men talk about women to men. Women talk about men to women. Men and women talk to each other (or try to) about relationships. It's Not You, It's Biology provides insight, ammunition, snappy comebacks, and interesting cocktail party banter for everyone who ever wondered why we do what we do vis-a-vis the opposite sex.

It's Freakonomics for the Relationship-Challenged.

about Joe Quirk

  • Joe Quirk in his own words: “I studied literature and minored in Development of Western Civilization at Providence College, taught partially by Dominican priests who had no sense of humor when it came to my biological observations about celibacy. I graduated at the top of the bottom tenth of my class. I attended one year of law school, so I only lost one third of my soul, which is just enough to function in American society. I invested the last seven years of my novel royalties in reading evolutionary biology studies, full-time. Now finally I feel ready to ask a woman on a date.”

    Joe lives in Berkeley, California, where he prays intellectuals won't ask him for his credentials. Please visit him at www.joequirk.com.

other editions

  • eBook | ISBN 9780786731725
    Pub date: 09/02/2008 | Price: 12.99 Canada/$9.99
    272 Pages
    HEALTH & FITNESS / Sexuality
    SCIENCE / Life Sciences / Biology

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